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Consuming medical marijuana is not quite the same as taking a pill for a headache. Marijuana is a plant with a complex chemical make up. When grown in a lab, marijuana can be bred for consistency, but there are still variations from plant to plant. Click to learn more.
Click here to see a list of general FAQs that can help guide you in your decisions on why Marijuanadoctors.com is a great resource for you as well as general info on the conditions. Find many of the answers you’re looking for regarding medical marijuana treatments.
Medical marijuana is a safe and natural treatment that can help with a wide number of ailments. Click to out the articles to learn more about effect treatment for your conditions. For more information, check out our full list of qualifying conditions.
Many patients who receive recommendations for medical marijuana would rather find edible ways of taking their medication rather than smoking it. We have many delicious medical cannabis recipes to share, whether you want the traditional brownies or cookies or something else.
Click to see a general list of ailments with symptoms and/or side effects that can be treated with medical marijuana. Please click on the conditions below for more detailed information. For additional information on treating a specific ailment, check out our ailment resources.
Click to learn more about the medical cannabis industry, the benefits of medical marijuana, side effects, research, the history of medical marijuana, case studies, telemedicine, see case studies, and more.
Click to learn more about medical marijuana news happening all over the US and abroad including new laws and states that are legalizing medical marijuana as well as blog posts to learn more about the industry.
Click to learn more about the marijuana plant, including CBD vs. THC, CBD: THC ratios, the importance of the endocanaboid system, marijuana strains, marijuana growing, cannaboids, marijuana terpenes, phytocannaboids and more.
We provide self-reported patient data through measurement of cannabinoid intake and graphically display symptom relief. Patients can give instant feedback to a physician about their symptom relief, which helps to determine the effects of taking medical cannabis. Click here to learn more.
Click to learn more about setting up your appointment, with checklists, doctor specialty glossaries, fraud alerts, how to get a marijuana prescription, how to get a medical marijuana card and more.
From Argentina to Zambia, MarijuanaDoctors.com has resources for people looking to find out more about medical marijuana all over the globe. Many countries are adopting marijuana as a medical resource, so it’s good to know the right info before you engage.